HPAN Supports Local Cat Rescue

Feral Feline Friends of East Tennessee has arranged for the spaying/neutering/testing/vaccinating of over 1,200 feral cats so far this year.  Some of those cats have been trapped/neutered/vaccinated/released, and some have been placed in loving homes.  It costs, on average, $67 to perform these services on each cat.  With the onslaught of kittens this season, we thought it would be nice to help their efforts, so we sent a $500 payment to Animal Works, the spay/neuter clinic providing these services for them.  So that’s roughly 7-8 cats that will not be able to contribute to the cat overpopulation problem.  SUCCESS!

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About Helping Paws Animal Network

Helping hurting, homeless and hungry animals in the Anderson County, TN area.
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